CoreNet Global Canadian Chapter is Proud to Announce a Chapter Wide Mentoring Program
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Thank you to our 2016 Mentorship Sponsor
HOW THE CORENET CANADA MENTORING PROGRAM WORKS
All prospective Senior Leaders and Young Leaders must complete the simple application form and submit it with a current resume that must include work history, educational background, special skills and interests, and any other biographical information. The Mentoring Committee will review the applications and match mentor/mentee pairs based upon their background and career tracks. Following the matching process, applicants will receive a reply informing you if you have been accepted into the Program and with whom you have been matched.
Mentees and mentors accepted into the program will meet for the Program Kick-Off and Orientation Session. Each pair will be required to meet face to face on a monthly basis. Two additional group sessions - one in the fall and one in the spring—will be scheduled for mentors and mentees to share their experience with Committee members and each other.
Note: Every effort is made to accept all eligible entrants into the program, but we cannot guarantee acceptance. Acceptance will depend upon the number of mentors and mentees who apply and the ability of the Mentoring Committee to make beneficial and appropriate pairings.
Mentors must be senior-level professionals with a minimum of eight years’ experience in the Corporate Real Estate industry firms.
Mentees / Mentors Corporate real estate professionals who are currently in positions at companies in the real estate industry and have a minimum of two years professional experience are eligible to be protégés. The Mentees will act as a mentor to the students
Students who are top of the class and or taking leadership with a student group that specializes in a corporate real estate related program within their perspective school.
August 3- 26, 2016
The application period: all applications are due by August 26th.
August 29- September 21, 2016
Mentoring Matching Committee meets to evaluate applications and pair mentors and mentees. Mentors and Mentees are notified of the Committee’s decision on pairings.
October 5, 2016
Program Mentor Social Kickoff and Orientation Session
October 2016 – May 2017
Mentor-Mentee pairs to meet (minimally) at monthly call or face to face sessions. Members of the Mentoring Committee will follow up on a regular basis to see how pairs are progressing.
New Year Group Get-Together – group workshop / discussion session
End of Program and debriefing survey “Graduation”— Mentors and Mentees publically recognized
Download the Mentorship Program Playbook for more details.
QUESTIONS? Contact the Mentorship Program committee:
Be Inspired. Meet Motivated Professionals Within Your Field.
Young Leaders, Canadian Chapter, focuses on the educational and networking needs of real estate professionals under the age of 35.
Our mission is to attract and retain future real estate leaders into the Canadian Chapter by creating programs designed to encourage young professionals to participate and become actively engaged in the real estate industry.
We are committed to ensuring that future real estate leaders have access to educational resources and networking opportunities with their peers as well as senior professionals to support professional development and growth.
For more information about the Mentorship Program please contact Doug Duke at the Chapter Office email@example.com